Malaysia Airlines Berhad (MAB) (Kuala Lumpur) on August 28 received its Air Operator Certificate (AOC) from the Department of Civil Aviation (DCA) at Malaysia’s Ministry of Transport in Putrajaya.
The new AOC allows the new Malaysia Airlines to take flight on September 1, 2015. The old MAS is now dissolved.
Above Photo: MAB. New CEO Christoph Mueller (former CEO of Aer Lingus) greets crew members of flight MH433, the first MAB flight to arrive at Kuala Lumpur this morning on September 1.
Malaysia Airlines Berhad (MAB) issued this short statement:
Malaysia Airlines is pleased to inform that September 1, 2015 will mark the start of our new company Malaysia Airlines Berhad (MAB), which replaces Malaysian Airline System Berhad. Rest assured that the change in company will not impact the day-to-day operations of MAB with no changes to our current flights, schedules, reservations, or operations.
We have been working hard to make the transition seamless and we proudly continue to serve and welcome you on-board. MAB continues to fly with the same focus on delivering exceptional customer service and will honour all current and future tickets and reservations. Our Enrich program remains in place with no changes to Miles and status. Similarly, there are no changes planned to MAB’s arrangements with its alliance partners, oneworld, or any of its business partners.
Safety continues to be our Number One priority.
Top Photo: MAB.
A new livery is expected to be unveiled soon for the new Malaysia Airlines.
Malaysia Airlines aircraft slide show: